Fish were born to swim, birds were born to fly, and the Blizzard Rustler 10 Ski was born to send. Part of Blizzard's freeride collection, this ski is a powerful daily driver that can just as easily float pow turns through glades as it can arc GS turns down wind-buffed hardpack. The 102 millimeter waist gives it the versatility to charge on trail and navigate deep powder, while the rockered tip and tail add a floaty, nimble feel. A healthy helping of underfoot camber won't leave you feeling out of control when that forecasted storm gets pushed back and you're relegated to ripping groomers, but a playful wood core is ready to pop off pillows and air into cat tracks when the storm finally delivers. Blizzard stuck a sheet of Titanal underfoot in order to retain power and stability in a uni-directional carbon frame that's engineered for lightness and maneuverability. When you're forced to make a few jump turns at the top of a tight couloir, you'll be stoked about the impressively short, nimble turn radius as you relish in cheers from the chairlift overhead.
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